WITHDRAWAL PROCESS: Carl Albert State College will NOT automatically cancel a student’s enrollment for nonpayment of tuition and fees. Complete withdrawal from the institution is the sole responsibility of each student. To receive a full refund or a total cancellation of financial liability, students must cancel registration in writing before the end of the officially defined drop/add period for that semester. Students may cancel registration by filing a Complete Withdrawal Form in the Admissions Office or by submitting a letter to the Admissions Office.
Withdrawals from the institution and changes of enrollment during a defined drop/add period will result in full charges for courses added and full refund or credit for courses dropped. No refunds of charges will be made if students completely withdraw or drop classes after the defined drop/add period for that semester, and full liability for that semester’s cost will be incurred by students except as stipulated for Title IV aid recipients. Administrative Withdrawals (AW) are assigned only to students who have been “involuntarily” withdrawn by CASC during the designated semester for health or disciplinary reasons and must be approved by the Academic Affairs office after required documentation has been submitted. Complete withdrawal requests made to instructors or by telephone do not guarantee removal from classes or obligations.
The following link includes the steps students must complete to fully withdraw from the college and eliminate all encumbrances.
RETURN OF TITLE IV FUNDS: Any student that received Title IV funds (Pell Grant, SEOG, Direct Subsidized Loan, Direct Unsubsidized Loan, or a Parent PLUS Loan) is required to return a portion of that aid to the Federal Government and/or Carl Albert State College if the student:
– Did a Complete Withdrawal on or before 60% of the semester has been completed
– Received all F’s that resulted in a 0.00 GPA for the term and ceased attendance on or before 60% of the semester has been completed
– Received a combination of F’s and W’s that resulted in a 0.00 GPA for the term and ceased attendance on or before 60% of the semester has been completed
The student will be notified within 30 days of the withdrawal as to the portion of the funds that need to be returned.
We want you to stay in school the entire year, but if something unexpected were to happen, timing could mean the difference in having to pay funds back to the Federal Government and/or Carl Albert State College.
|Fall 2018 Classes||Date of Withdrawal||% Of Term Completed|
|1st 8 week||September 16, 2018||60.0%|
|16 week||October 20, 2018||60.0%|
|2nd 8 week||November 13, 2018||60.0%|
|Spring 2019 Classes||Date of Withdrawal||% Of Term Completed|
|1st 8 week||February 17, 2019||60.0%|
|16 week||April 1, 2019||60.0%|
|2nd 8 week||April 24, 2019||60.0%|
Students who drop after the 60% date will not owe any Title IV aid back.